614 E. Auto Center Dr.
We all love the El Camino because it's a distinct way to merge a comfy sedan and a versatile pickup. But this 1985 Chevrolet El Camino seems to do it all a bit better. A custom color combo, a loaded A/C interior, and strong V8 power all come together to create one irresistible total package classic.
The standout presentation of this one starts with the paint. The Pearl White and Metallic Gray two-tone looks fresh, and they're expertly interwoven to show that someone paid attention to details. After all, don't you love the little things, like how the trim line along the side is used to sandwich the bright white in-between the upper and lower gray portions. And there more great details, like the gray pinstripe and SS-style dual hood stripes. Even the bed was refinished during the modern respray, so the whole paint package is bold. The bumpers, grille, and the full trim looks terrifically bright. And the addition of the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels lets you know there is power to go with its flair.
Open the door to more investments into making this one cool, comfortable, and very custom. It starts with a set of upgraded bucket seats finished in a smooth gray with comfy blue cloth inserts for where you sit. This coordinates nicely with the door panels, carpeting, dash, and custom cup holder center console. This has plenty of great factory items like power windows, power lock, and a tilt steering column. They join a solid investment in upgrades, including a wood & chrome sports steering wheel, AM/FM/CD stereo, cruise control, and even a backup camera. And the air conditioning has been recently serviced and upgraded to modern R134a to keep you cool over the long haul.
The engine bay looks good with a tidy setup and some extra flair of polished components like the valve covers and matching air topper. Chevy's 305 cubic-inch V8 is a mainstay for robustness and power. And now it even inhales deeper thanks to an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor upgrade. The way the motor readily fires up reminds you that you'll enjoy cruising this classic El Camino. It has great driving features such as front disc brakes, power steering, and a TH200C, three-speed automatic transmission.
We have about $1,200 in receipts for recent investments and maintenance in this distinctive El Camino. So you know it's a well-done total package offered for quite a nice price. Call today!!!
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